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Here is a scenario, after Operations Department of a company sells to Trading Department,
Trading will then markup the price of the items depending on the cost operations sold to them.
I think this is quite a common scenario in the business world.
May I ask is there such a mark up feature in Navision 2018?
Your example sounds like the Operations Department and Trading Department are separate legal companies and they sell and buy from each other creating Inter-Company Transactions. Trading creates a Purchase Order to Operation Company and they will buy an Item at the Unit Cost charged by the Operation company. Then Trading Company sells this Item to a Customer.
The Intercompany functionality works to accommodate these transactions between companies. I am attaching the Inter-Company manual.
Hope this helps.
Hi, Steven provides solution of Intercompany functionality. That's a great option.However, I think this can also be done simply with price management.
You can use Configuration Package to import or export price form different Departments.
Hope this will also help.
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